Good pair of slipons for 2011 Streetglide

Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by heritage2002, Oct 6, 2011.

  1. heritage2002

    heritage2002 Member

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    I am thinking on buying a 2011 Streetglide. I'm looking for a set of slipons that I will not have to do any engine work if that is possible. All help and opinions will be appreciated.
     
  2. R. Lewis

    R. Lewis Senior Member Retired Moderators

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    JMO but if all you want are some slips , any of the brands should work its just your choice on the sound you want. BUT if you REALLY want to open these beasts up --- upgrade your A/C and getcha a fueler such as the V&H fuel pac or the Doebeck TFI.
     
  3. JerryL

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    But...to really open up a 2011 model you have to get that cat out of the headpipe. It isn't in the mufflers anymore.
     
  4. dbmg

    dbmg Experienced Member

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    Be sure baffles in slip on do not exceed 1.75" and no further upgrades needed.
     
  5. gator508

    gator508 Senior Member

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    Personally I like the Rush 3" with 1.75 bafflles, good sound, throaty, not too loud. Put them on my softail, very pleased with results, look good too!

    Agree with R. Lewis to go all the way if you are looking for performance.
     
  6. JerryL

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    I had the Rush 3"/ 1.75" on my 09, and they sounded great.
     
  7. Iceman24

    Iceman24 Well-Known Member

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    For OP - any particular effect you're looking to obtain from these pipes (sound, looks, etc.)? Would narrow things down a bit...
     
  8. heritage2002

    heritage2002 Member

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    Sound and looks
     
  9. Bike30

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    SuperTrapp SE for the 2010 and up (P/N 128-65117). Best of three sets I've tried on my 2011 FLHTK. Straight through design on both cans...the Cat does most of the noise reduction anyway. Very deep tone due to their fine hole baffle design. Never too loud in cruise or WFO.

    I installed HD's Stage 1 and K&N RK-3930 filter assembly at the same time.

    Best online source I found: Chrome Addiction

    If you want even more power someday loose the Cat and give Fuel Moto a call.

    Gary
     
  10. JerryL

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    Those are great mufflers. These used to be Harley's "Screamin Eagle" mufflers. I don't know why they quit offering them. I had them on my 04 until the baffles started rattling(after some extensive engine work), so I ended up putting the true dual Rinehart system on. I lost a little power when I went from the SE's to the Rinehart's.